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SC Awards

The 2020 Professional Award winners

The Professional Awards recognize the top cybersecurity leaders of 2020 –the people within the cybersecurity vendor community who drove innovation, cyber awareness and industry growth. For 2021, we will now include the top cybersecurity vendor leaders within SC’s Excellence Awards and a new category of awards – Leadership Awards, formerly known as Reboot – will recognize…
SC Awards

The 2020 Trust Award winners

Here’s a look at which solutions took home the top Trust honors and why, and what some of the winning companies have experienced in the months since the award presentation in February.
Network Security, SC Security Ops Center, Security News

Endpoints: Same as they ever were, but different too

The numbers are in and they are terrible. The FBI reports that more than 4,000 ransomware attacks occur daily and industry research has found there are 230,000 new malware samples produced every day. During the past six years, the Breach Level Index reports that 15 billion data records have been lost or stolen. That translates…
SC Corporate News, Security News

The winners of the 2020 SC Awards Honored in the U.S.

Trust AwardBest Authentication TechnologyForgeRockForgeRock Identity Platform All journeys have a beginning, middle and an end, and it’s the job of the ForgeRock Identity Platform to ensure that every authentication journey, from start to finish, remains safe for the client and easy for the user. The platform’s Intelligent Authentication feature delivers the unique ability to visually map user authentication journeys with a drag-and-drop interface…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Cisco fixes critical Aironet Access Points flaw, addresses 29 more bugs

Cisco today released 28 security advisories, in the process addressing a total of 30 vulnerabilities, including a critical unauthorized access bug found in the company’s Cisco Aironet Access Points (APs) software. Officially designated CVE-2019-15260, the flaw potentially can be exploited to view sensitive information, interfere with configuration options and disable the AP, in order to create…
Reboot Leadership Awards 2019

Anil Lamba – EXL Service, Inc.

Why Nominated: Anil Lamba is a notable industry speaker, researcher, an innovator, and an influencer with proven success in spearheading Strategic Information Security Initiatives and Large- scale IT Infrastructure projects across industry verticals. Profile: Anil Lamba has striven to change the way organizations approach security, placing an emphasis on making informed decisions regarding products and services…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Cisco’s latest round of updates address bugs in security products

Cisco Systems on Wednesday issued a series of security updates, in the process disclosing 29 vulnerabilities, including 16 high-impact ones. Among the most serious issues are a series of bugs found in various security-related products, including Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software, Firepower Threat Defense Software, Firepower Management Center and FXOS Software. Certain of these vulnerabilities allow for…
InfoSec World 2020, Security News

Alsid’s Melber urges active directory protection to fend off new attack patterns

Enterprises that start concentrating on protecting the active directory will be doing themselves a huge favor, Derek Melber emphasized in his Tuesday afternoon InfoSec World 2020 session, “New Attack Patterns: Targeting the Keys to the Kingdom.” “The attackers are going directly after the core IAM (Identity and Access Management) for nearly 95 percent of the…
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Editorial Honeypot, Executive Insight, Opinions

Still growing after 30 years

This year has proven to be one of continued personal and professional growth for many industry friends, colleagues and me. Yet, even with the positives faced this year, there have been some of those opposing negatives. No wonder, then, there are those among us who might be just about done with 2019.    After all, cyberattackers kicked of…
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